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  # 679967 1-Sep-2012 00:43
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Netusage.iau5.com

Very handy, for forefox, sits in tollbar and beta for Chrome.




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  # 679994 1-Sep-2012 08:32
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davidcole: Oh I wish telecom also implemented the IP thing (showing based on the connected IP address. I've been asking them and telstraclear for years for API access...but I believe they don't want to, as the current model requires some complexity to automate it, and they like this (stops otoo many automated requests). Well thats the explanation I was given.


"It's very complicated" is probably the best answer I can give on the Telecom side too.  But who knows what the future may bring ;).

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  # 680002 1-Sep-2012 09:20
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garbonzai: Netusage.iau5.com

Very handy, for forefox, sits in tollbar and beta for Chrome.


I have used this for a long time, before when I was with Orcon, and now that I'm with Telecom.
I used it on Firefox, and now on Chrome - works great!


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  # 680038 1-Sep-2012 11:16
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garbonzai: Netusage.iau5.com

Very handy, for forefox, sits in tollbar and beta for Chrome.

I endorse this.

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Ultimate Geek


  # 680049 1-Sep-2012 11:43
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gregmcc: there is a neat little program called traffic usage checker, it supports all the major NZ ISP's and it runs in the taskbar showing your usage as a percentage.



+1   Fantasic little program. Wouldn't be without it.

http://www.tuc.co.nz/




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